2018-07-03 06:10:00 UTC

What needs improvement with AutoSys Workload Automation?


Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with AutoSys Workload Automation.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

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Top 20Real User

Support definitely needs improvement. It's possible they're in some kind of transition so I'd like to give them the benefit of the doubt but it's an issue. The pricing is definitely something they should look at, it's quite expensive. Finally, the latest features like the quick searching or better reporting and analysis of the jobs which are running in, needs to be improved. It's a great product but with the latest feature set there is a large scope for improvement. From a manageability point of view, the easy upgrade should be included and the frequent feature update too. Reporting and notifications need to be improved too, these are important things.

2020-05-05 06:08:31 UTC
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Consultant

* It needs improvement in the high-availability side. * It needs improvement in WCC console and EEM console to make it user-friendly.

2018-12-24 05:22:00 UTC
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Real User

The installation process is complex, and is pretty archaic. The people who developed this had very little concern with GUI interface and it is all command line. Everything is K-space, and if you misspell a task by uppercase, lower case, etc. you just completely think that the task is different.

2018-10-21 07:40:00 UTC
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User

Performance improvements in the UI would be appreciated. It lacks support and integration with cloud computing platforms.

2018-07-30 18:05:00 UTC
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Top 20Real User

We see improvement possibilities in the processing provision of predefined evaluations or individual objects, or in the Self Service portal, which can be used by any user to monitor objects or start objects.

2018-07-03 06:10:00 UTC
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